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Odds Quiz
Here is a quiz on the odds of you winning the hand (I will exclude bets so there is no determination if a call is warrented). This is just a test to see how good you are at knowing your odds of winning a hand, not outs. You have the magic program that lets you see your opponents hand so now all you need to do is know when to make a call and what your odds to win are. Assume no one else will enter the hand after you act.
1) You have and goes allin and it is up to you? a)45% b)50% c)53% d)58% 2) You have and goes allin. What is your hand winning %? a)55% b)58% c)62% d)67% 3) You have and goes allin. What is your hand winning %? a)52% b)57% c)61% d)64% 4) You have and goes allin after the flop. the board reads What is your hand winning %? a)55% b)62% c)70% d)75% 5) You have and goes allin after the flop. Board reads What is your hand winning %? a)33% b)38% c)41% d)44% 6) You have Before your turn and have already pushed allin? What is your hand winning %? a)35% b)41% c)46% d)50% If you like this, I will try and come up with more quizzes to test our skills. Let me know what you think, to hard to easy. I can always find some that are harder. Answers:c d b b d b 
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Not sure of the formula, but we have a link to one in the hand analysis section or just follow this link:
http://www.cardschat.com/pokeroddscalculator.php I think the only way to really get better at this is through practice and experience. I will work on some new ones and post Part 2 in a week when I can find 58 that will test our knowledge and skill. P.S. looking at it now one of the answers is wrong anyway, guess I can't read my own scratch pad. 
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